Legal scholarship is an important part of our practice. The law is not static. In California, and particularly in employment and civil rights, it is dynamic and ever changing.

The Law Offices of Jeremy Pasternak is dedicated to being a part of this scholarship.

Mr. Pasternak regularly publishes on the subject of employment law. He is an editor of and regular contributor to the Consumer Attorneys of California “Forum” magazine.

Recent articles include:

Retracting an employment offer: What recourse is there? (PDF)

Still work to do on sexual misconduct laws

Workplace Investigations: How to get them, how to use them and how to fight them

Capitalism and the Rule of Law

Your Client’s Privacy is Not a Myth: How to Protect Your Client’s Privacy – And Your Case – In Discovery

Where Workers’ Compensation Meets the FEHA

Update on the Intersection of Workers’ Comp and the FEHA

Special Issues When Suing State Government Entities in Employment Cases

Special Issues in Civil Rights Cases: Challenges and Opportunities in Voir Dire

How to Sue the Individual Defendant and When to Do It

Motions in Limine – Don’t Miss Categories and Authorities

Doing Well While Doing Good

Your Client’s Immigration Status Is Not an Issue – Don’t Let the Defense Make It One

Change Their “Reality”

Are You Ready for Trial?

A Free Mediation Program That Works

Insurance Tips for All of Us

Litigating Employment Matters Under the New Summary Judgment Statute

When Does Your Law Firm Need an Employee Handbook?

Starting Your Own Practice – Three Perspectives